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Friday, April 13, 2012

An $80,000 House In Fayetteville, AR Will Be Yours, If You Drag In A Bigfoot

Typical $80,000 House in Fayetteville, AR built around the 1970's
(Repeat: This is not the house)

News is spreading fast about this reward offer. According to the Fayetteville Freethinkers web forum, they have an official offer on the table saying that if you bring them a Bigfoot, they will give you a free house in Fayetteville, AR.

Here's some details about the property: "The home being offered as reward was built in the 1970's, is currently occupied, rents for $550, has an enclosed garage and sits on .75 of an acre in the city of Fayetteville. It's approximate realistic value (somewhat depressed in today's market) is $80,000. Reasonable people will understand that giving the location or posting a picture would open its present occupant to potential harassment."

They also have some legal papers to prove that it's a legitimate offer. Below is the full legitimacy and legally binding nature of this offer:





So here's the deal from fayfreethinkers.com:

Hello everyone. From time to time the Fayetteville Freethinkers have offered rewards for evidence of paranormal powers demonstrated under careful and proper observing conditions. It's been reported that Arkansas is in 3rd place for having a lot of "Bigfoot" activity, so on behalf of one of our members, we are offering the reward of a house in Fayetteville to anyone who can catch Bigfoot and bring him in.

If you have Bigfoot, contact this attorney. Other inquires can be directed to: fayfreethinkers@yahoo.com

20 comments:

  1. Is 80k suppose to be good? I'm sure Wally from the op will fork over a million or two in a moments notice for a body

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  2. Abigfoot on the open market is worth $10,000,000.00 why would you give away for this rat trap.

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    1. Note that the agreement does not require that the specimen (or remains) of Bigfoot be surrendered in order to receive the house-- only that they be proven authentic. Why, that house is pure gravy!

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  3. Nonsense. Stupid. All the rejects get stories here.

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  4. $550 a month, man I wish I payed that.

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  5. That house is too small for a Bigfoot to live there. That what's you get when you think for free.

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  6. Go for it Dyer--maybe then you can crawl out from under that rock you call home.

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  7. An ideal opportunity for Henry May.

    Ah, hold on. It will mean having to get his fat ass out of that chair. LOL

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    1. Henry has a great situation. He lives in a shed behind his moms house

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  8. This is actually the Bigfoot Protection Act of 2012. If you kill a bigfoot you will be sent to Fayetteville.

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  10. Oh, I'll get back to this one... I can't imagine a lawyer would touch this with a ten-foot pole. Compelled poaching? Or worse??? There is plenty of room for new case law here...
    David from the PAC/NW

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  11. Who wants to live in a back woods hick town. Christ i would be the only person in town wearing shoes

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    1. And perhaps the only non-relative.

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  12. Can I still get the house if I drag in uncle Ralph? He's pretty close.

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  13. Woo Baby! Movin on up! My buddies and I are all over this incredibly generous offer Clark. Time for us to warm up by watching "Platoon" before breaking out the 'Nam era ghillie suits and high powered rifles. If it walks upright and is covered with hair or simply wanders through the woods making random vocalizations we're killing it! Hoaxers beware!

    Cousin Randy

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